Boo on you Monster Myeloma. Stop "haunting" me with your cellular "horrors"! Today, you're not taking my fun away, when I'm all amped up on steroids! Thank goodness for crazy making steroids! Really! My life would be so much more "ghoulish"... challenging, painful, depressing and, well.. full of that "wicked" cancerous feeling, without my nemesis Dexamethasone!
Let the IV "fire burn, and the chemo cauldron bubble" in my veins. Your "blood curdling party" inside of me is done myeloma. Chemo's going to put you in a dysfunctional trance. So get "spooked" myeloma. I hope you run like a "scaredy cat", far far away from me, and that's not "witchful thinking"! No more "tricks, only treats", you hear me Great Pumpkin! Your "horror show" is done myeloma, I've put a "spell on you"... and you're gonna be "melted marshmallows" in no time! :))
|Me today on steroids!|
|Take that myeloma! I brought the "party" to the chemo lab- Actually, I always try to bring cheer and positivity!)|
|Volunteer extraordinaire Karen! Huge, caring heart! She does so much for all of us! Love her!|
|Best Nurse ever, Josie! She's so funny, and so tolerant of my antics!||All my Nurses are Amazing!|
|Still practicing that selfie to little avail! Look at those triple chins lol|
Did you notice, I broke my "posting on the 6's theme"? Just couldn't let Halloween pass by, as so many diagnosis anniversaries are looming now. 7 years ago blood tests were revealing "weird abnormalities" and my GP was closely watching my situation and sending me to the "vampire lab" for very REGULAR blood tests. To which I thought, eh, meh, ya, whatever... Thank goodness for a VERY vigilant, caring, professional, on-it Doc!
Hope you had a day full of Treats and no Tricks!
Julie, Wendy from Maine here. Just wanted to let you know how much I enjoy your posts. You probably recall that my husband has MM. He's had it for a while and is currently on a clinical trial. It's too early to tell if it's working or not, but we should know soon. Meanwhile, like you, we enjoy life. No other way, right? He takes dex too and a lot gets done on those days. Be well.ReplyDelete
Aww, thank you so much for checking in Wendy and leaving a comment and letting me know you enjoy my rants and musings :)) I totally remember you! If you can share, please let me know how long your husband has had MM and what treatments he's been on previously. I love knowing what treatment path my MM pals take. Clinical trials are amazing. Go him for being brave and participating in helping discover new and effective MM treatments. What level Dex is he on? I just read about someone on 80mg! My MM type does well with Dex, as I post about a lot lol, so altho I rant about it, I know it is doing good pummeling MM. Thank you again for letting me know you enjoy my blog Wendy, and hello to your husband too! :))Delete